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Pacific Novelty was a developer of coin-operated arcade video games. Deep Death was their first title, which was later licensed by Game Plan and re-released as Shark Attack (1981). Thief, a Pac-Man styled maze chase was their greatest success.


Development history

Deep Death 1980
The Amazing Adventures of Mr. F. Lea 1983
NATO Defense 1982
Pop-A-Ball 1988 (non-video redemption game)
Pop-A-Ball II 1990 (non-video redemption game)
Shark Attack 1981
Thief 1981 [2]


  1. Encyclopedia of Arcade Video Games, The - $34.95 : GameRoom Magazine : gameroom, game room, magazine, pinball, jukebox, slot machines, video arcade, coin-op, coinop, soda machine, videogame, slots, jukes
  2. Pacific Novelty coin-operated machines listed by The International Arcade Museum

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